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What is the correct Japanese translation for "pull down to refresh" in an app context?

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Have you tried XYZ before?

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How do you write "share" (as in "tell others") in Japanese?

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How would one emulate capitalized letters in Japanese?

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よると or よれば? Which one is "according to"?

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Use of こそ. What words is it replacing here?

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Which one is correct 会社名前 or 会社の名前?

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"the cows were happy and friendly": is "親しい" the right word?

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How to say "As a <position>, ..."

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Do these two questions differ in any way?

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に/で and を/から - particle choice in two JLPT N5 sentences

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When is "事" used instead of こと for past experiences?

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Is there a relationship between ~たところで and するところだった?

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Which is more colloquial for "I have a headache"?

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Why should I use つかれました and not つかれたです

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What is the difference in usage between 夜【よ】 and 夜【よる】?

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When an -i form (連用形{れんようけい}) of a verb seems to be a suffix rather than a prefix?

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Are ~つ and ~り the only two counters that can occur with the native Japanese numbers (ひと~, ふた~, etc)?

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Need help with understanding X ことは X construction

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Recognizing a Kanji?

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Is "先生 / せんせい / sensei" haughty or overly-formal

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Particles に, で for temporal vs spatial location

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Translation of することになっている

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Usage of よって in this sentence

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What does だ mean at the end of a sentence or following a noun

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To be polite, say "おいくらですか" and not "いくらですか"?

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Why is this [二番目]{に・ばん・め} counter used for a person?

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Meaning of と and 少しでも in this sentence

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Deciphering Kanji

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Clarification needed - みたい (みたいな)